EXPLORE: Cauldron Linn
It's a miracle they survived if you ask me!
I'm hoping to return here again, and perhaps film a bit this time. I can't get enough of exploring! It's amazing to think how far I've come in accepting Idaho as my home since we first moved here. Let's just say 12-year-old city slicker Linda was not too impressed. I'm still a bit of a city girl (okay, who am I kidding, a lot), but my appreciation for the countryside and natural beauty that's readily available has grown in leaps and bounds. Every time I'm driving away from the big city and start winding through laid back, country roads,I can't believe how stunning it is here. We may not have impressive skyscrapers or city skylines to write home about. But what we do have are towering mountains, roaring rivers, unexpected waterfalls, rolling hills of farmland, and sunsets that light the sky on fire with the most beautiful combination of orange, pink, and lavender.
What's even better is the ability to get away and disappear in it for a little. Not everywhere is overrun with people yet, and you can still find a niche of nature to find isolated solitude in.
Yes, I've come a long way in appreciating Idaho's beauty.
But I'm here now, and I can proudly call this state home.